AECOM and Shimmick Construction announced a definitive agreement for AECOM to acquire Shimmick, an established company in the California and Western U.S. heavy civil construction market.
Padre Dam Municipal Water District received regulatory conceptual approvals for the East County Advanced Water Purification Program from the California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water.
The City of Oceanside was honored for its leadership in Aquifer Augmentation and Indirect Potable Reuse and was awarded “2016 Agency of the Year” by the Water Reliability Coalition.
Parsons announced that the McKinley Village Way Underpass in Sacramento, Calif., was honored by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Sacramento Section, with the 2016 Outstanding Urban Land Development Project Award.
Ware Malcomb announced that construction is complete on the first phase of the new Atlas at Carlsbad campus.
Version 1.2 of the USGS ShakeAlert earthquake early warning system extends the ShakeAlert “production prototype” that was rolled out in California in 2016 to Washington and Oregon.
Imagine H2O, the water innovation accelerator, announced the results of the 2017 California Water Policy Challenge.
Ware Malcomb announced the third and final phase of construction is underway at The Mix at Harman Campus, a creative office redevelopment project.
SCA Architecture completed the planning, design, construction documents and construction administration for the newly revamped Gateway Marketplace.
NV5, a provider of professional and technical engineering and consulting solutions, has grown to 225 professionals in Southern California following acquisition of CivilSource.
T&M Associates, a national consulting, environmental, engineering and construction management company, opened a full-service office in Pasadena, Calif.
Parsons recognized Charles Choe, a captain in the California Army National Guard and a project control engineer at Parsons, for his emergency assistance during an incident at Northern California’s Oroville Dam.
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) specified precast concrete pavement slabs for one of the largest projects of this type in North America.
NV5 Global, Inc. was awarded dual contracts to provide Delegate Chief Building Official (DCBO) services on behalf of the California Energy Commission (Energy Commission) for the first construction phase of two combined cycle power plants.
The Sierra Nevada snowpack continues to build during one of the wettest winters in California’s recorded history.
Ross Valley Sanitary District (RVSD) announced the completion of rehabilitation and capacity improvements on more than five miles of gravity sewer pipeline.
Hill International was recognized with a 2017 Engineering Excellence Honor Award from ACEC California for its management of the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Project.
The California Building Standards Commission voted to approve emergency regulations enhancing the California Building Code (CBC) balcony and walking surface construction requirements.
Following hundreds of public meetings and thousands of public comments, California released the final, refined environmental documents for WaterFix, an essential effort to modernize the State’s water infrastructure.
Helix Water District, City of El Cajon, and San Diego County have each approved new Memorandums of Understandings (MOUs) with Padre Dam Municipal Water District for additional studies on the East County Advanced Water Purification Program. The MOUs commit the program partners to contribute a total of $474,000 toward Padre Dam’s existing contract with Kennedy/Jenks Consultants to complete the studies.
Flatiron Construction Corp. announced that the joint venture team, led by Flatiron, executed the construction contract for the Interstate 5 North Coast Corridor Phase 1 Project for $220 million. The joint venture team also includes Skanska and Stacy and Witbeck. The total contract value is $550 million.
Miyamoto International, a global earthquake + structural engineering firm, opened an office in San Francisco January 3. The firm has added seven offices globally in the past three years.
Kleinfelder was honored with an Engineering Excellence Award from ACEC California for work completed on the Cross Border Xpress (CBX) Terminal Building and Pedestrian Skybridge connecting San Diego and Tijuana.